Thursday, August 13, 2009

Recessed Window Harvest Basket

I was very impressed with Splitcoast Stamper's new tutorial on a recessed window card, so I had to give it a go. Very simple technique, with very dramatic results. The simplest image becomes a stunning focal point in the window. Try it, it's a lot of fun to make, and not very hard at all.
Almost all of the supplies I used are Papertrey Ink. I colored the pumpkins with Distress inks and my blender pen. The basket was stamped on some textured cardstock, a few shadows added with a couple of Copics, then cut out.
Pretty simple, I love it!
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Papertrey Ink
Ink: Distress, Memento, Perfect Match
Paper: PTI, SU!, Prism
Accessories: SU punches, Martha Stewart Lattice punch, PTI button/twine, Strano Designs ribbon, Copics, Tombow blender pen, Scor Pal

4 comments:

  1. another fab card :D wonderful colours! hugs, manuela

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  2. wow your card is stunning and after watching the video I might be tempted to try one.

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  3. Oh my goodness this card is stunning. I love the look. Your colouring is out of this world.
    Christine

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  4. Great result. Can't wait to try this myself but I'm a very long way from being able to colour like you.

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